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is cnn's dana bash running after michele bachmann. what is it that she clearly doesn't want to talk about? this is "hardball," the place for politics. meet the 5-passenger ford c-max hybrid. c-max come. c-max go. c-max give a ride to everyone it knows. c max has more passenger volume than competitor prius v and we haven't even mentioned... c-max also gets better mpg. say hi to the super fuel efficient ford c-max hybrid. yeah? then how'd i get this... [ voice of dennis ] ...safe driving bonus check? every six months without an accident, allstate sends a check. silence. are you in good hands? >>> the candidates in second and third place were so close that there will be an automatic recount to see who he will face in that runoff. elizabeth colbert bush, sister of stephen colbert, finished first as expected. we'll be right back. the carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. it's delicious. so now we've turned her toffee into a business. my goal was to take an idea and make
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in with with my cube mate in cyprus. michelle, you made it. >> reporter: yeah, we made it finally after lots of delays. now it's mission critical and a search for plan b. last night the parliament roundly said we don't want to attach the deposits of the banking system here. but the situation is they still have to come up with nearly 6 billion euros. remember what the end game here. this country has gone to other european countries and said we need a total of 17 billion euro toss bail out our banks and keep our government afloat. and they said we'll give you 10 billion. you have to contribute something yourself. you know where all the money is in this country? it's in the banking system. it's a huge banking system, eight times the size of their economy. consider this, brian, if the us banking system was as big relative to the u.s. economy as cyprus is, we would have 45 more banks the size of jpmorgan in the united states. that's how big it is. that's why there's a need to tax deposits. that's where the money is. that's the only way this country will be able to come up with it. that's the stru
meets at the end of the month. watch video of michelle alexander at booktv.org and read "the new jim crow" and then on tuesday, march 26th at 9 p.m. eastern, join us live online with your questions and comments on "the new jim crow." >> next, historian hugh howard recounts the war of 1812 from the viewpoint of president james madison and first lady dolly madison. the author examines president madison's decision to declare war, the first president to do so, and the succeeding battles on land and sea as america fought its second war for independence from britain. this is a little under an hour. .. we will ask staff take? maybe. or maybe not. just didn't hold up. or yes. even though hugh howard and i are fast friends and had more than a few beers together over the years and written many chair left side by side while skiing doesn't necessarily follow that i would staff pick his excellent new book. i did it because it is in fact an excellent book. moron that in a moment. hugh howard's book shop working in new york for various publishing houses for ten years. as an architectural historian
about government people. michelle obama and joe biden and people like that in the l.a. police department detective. getting into hacking into computers that are government-owned. >> chief beck. >> bill: with the technology that the fbi has they should be able to track these people down. >> they should. of course, they are not telling everybody now. >> bill: we got hacked at bill o'reilly.com a few years ago. the guy who did it. student in toledo, ohio, got i think four or five years in a federal penitentiary. >> this is very serious. >> tracked him down. is he in prison. >> each hacking count carries upwards of five years in prison. >> they should enforce this because in danger. >> credit cards, all that information out there. >> getting smarter about it doing off site stuff in canada. >> the feds are really savvy here. i think they will be able to get them. all right, ladies, charles krauthammer on deck. why are some far left americans promoting transgender people to the military? also does charles think president obama will cut any spending at all? krauthammer moments away. from beauty
, where in an hour they will hold a joint news conference. >> i'm so sorry michelle couldn't come this time. she actually wanted to, and i think she had some conflicts. >> but first incog knitto, the prime minister tells the president how can he can really sightsee. >> if you have a few free minutes and can slip away from your security, a daunting task, well, we've picked up a few cafes and bars in tel aviv, and we've even prepared a fake mistausche for you. >> good day, live in jerusalem, where we are happy to, as always, be on our partner israel's hot tv. in less than an hour there will be that joint news conference. they have long disagreed on the so-called red lines, the point where iran is so close to getting a nuclear weapon it should be 'tacked preemptively, as the president was giving a guided tour of the iron dome, mr. obama made light of their dispute over red lines. >> where do you want to start in. >> we're following the red line, sir. >> the red lines are -- >> he's always talking about -- [ laughter ] >> joining me now is ari shabit, israeli correspondent, and a good
congresswoman michelle bachman, newt gingrich, and wisconsin governor scott walker. >>> the issue of gun control and second amendment rights getting a lot of attention this week at cpac and just today a new development in the state of new york. hours ago, it became law that some members of our military may not be allowed to own a gun. it's part of one of the nation's toughest gun control laws on the books and in response, the department of veterans affairs says it will not comply with the new requirement to hand over the names of certain patients. those who they believe may be a danger to themselves or others. eric shaun in our new york city news room. what does the law exactly say? >> the law requires the mental health care professionals, that they tell government officials if they think their patient is dangerous. the information would be used to make sure people who should not have a gun do not. it was passed in the wake of the horrible massacre in newtown by new york governor andrew cuomo. he points out that any information the doctors share with authorities would still be confidential. >> s
. they turned women into their body parts really and their female parts you know he as michelle malkin said we are more than your lady parts and more than our vaginas and i think i can say that on tv. >> mike: you just did. >> you know what we should have said? you should have had people like me and rachel and celebrities saying i'm pissed off, president obama, do not objectify me. i care about my pocket book and having a job and putting food on the table for my children. democrats would never go around talking about sexual issues with men. and we just got the to stop it and we have to smile about it and we have to say women, you know, all the young women i is spoke to at cpac you know what they said crystal? contraception is not my main issue. paying student loans off and getting a job and it pisses me off when democrats talk down to me. >> dick morris spoke at cpac and said the gop needs to give up overturning roe versus wade. that is just an issue that needs to go away. we don't need to talk about it. is it hurting us? >> one of the big issues in the election is how do we get the hispanic v
in a series of irresponsible and reckless provocations. >>> and minnesota republican congresswoman michele bachmann she spoke at cpac this morning, criticized what she called the extravagances of the obama white house. >> we are also the ones who are paying for someone to walk the president's dog, paying for someone to walk the president's dog? now, why are we doing that when we can't even get a disabled veteran into the white house for a white house tour? >>> and in just a few minutes from now, saratoga springs, utah, mayor mia love will be delivering a major address to cpac conservatives. last fall, she was one of the featured speakers at the republican national convention as a candidate for congress. if she won, she would have been the first black female ever elected to congress as republican but she lost that race by a narrow mar jane, about 1%. mayor mia love joins me now from the cpac convention. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> you are -- >> i can't see you. good to hear you. >> you are not missing much. you're going to be speaking there in a few minutes, i understand. what d
star -- >> what i found interesting about mitt romney and michele bachmann is they all were giving their stump speeches from when they were running for president. it was barely warmed over from the campaign. >> bill: yeah. sarah palin i just wonder how much money they save her to give the big keynote speech. and she is nothing. she is not tina fey with these one-liners that don't go anywhere. how about background checks. >> and background checks i guess to learn more about a person's thinking about intention. more background checks. it should have started with yours mr. president. >> bill: oh god. not even funny. >> i can't believe they are back to giving her any credibility at all. >> bill: yeah and similarly when she took another jab at president obama. >> remember no drama obama? if only now it's all drama obama. we don't have leadership coming out of washington. we have reality television. [ applause ] >> bill: yeah. uh-huh. >> except it's really bad reality tv and the american people tuned out a long time ago. >> bill: by the way who is the only politician to ha
how the bureaucratic process, martha, in washington has impacted ordinary people. michelle obama a couple years said what we all believe, this is the people's house and the fundamental i think right, responsibility, of any government is to open up the white house as a living symbol of our democracy to people who come to washington. the fact that after the sequester the principal impact we all feel we can't go on white house tours strikes a raw nerve especially at a time when the white house staff hasn't cut back and when there has been no appreciable impact in the country of sequester. martha: we've done stories how many white house employees make six figures. >> the calligrapher. martha: the calligrapher makes the $6,000 a year. >> right. martha: rich, it is optics, whatever you want to call it and contrary journalees, it looks bad, right? >> right. i can't say it any better than doug. he stated perfectly why this has such symbolic resonance. also, martha, smacks of typical, cynical budget politics. this is what any government does when there are any sort of cuts and it wants to
is hearing from minnesota republican congresswoman michelle bachmann. >> you can never count on your cat. ok? that's a given. but i want to know what's absolute confidence who it is that does care about you. it is this movement, this representative in this room all across the country. it's a movement that fundamentally cares so deeply and so personally about protecting innocent human life, about great institutions like the family, about a growing economy, about ensuring that we have a strong national defense. we care about these things so much because fundamentally we are the people who truly care about people. we love people in this country. and we want everyone to succeed in this country. because, you see, we want everyone to have the best possible life that they could have. white, black, hispanic, young immigrants, old immigrants, male, female. you neam it, -- name it. we want everyone to succeed because we need everyone to succeed in this country. that's our community. because when you get lifted up in our community, then we get lifted up, too. that's how it works about and that's why we
at that. it was michelle obama, though, who suggested the fountains on the north and south lawns were d dyed green to mark st. patrick's day today. >>> and an encore. watching barney frank take the broadway stage for a one-week appearances in a play, we've learned frank has another retirement plan up his had sleeve. the outspoken democrat just printed an opinion piece in the main sunday telegram, and if you read the fine print, you'll learn he will now be a regular contributor to "the telegram's" insight section. >>> and more trouble for carnival cruise lines. a third ship, count three now, finds itself in need of repairs. first. >>> an iraqi came up, perfect english, an american hostage being held, she's at the hospital. make sure authorities know. >> a look back at some of the most monumental moments of the war are in iraq with journalists including the one you just saw there who helped cover it ten years ago. >>> you're watching msnbc. the place for politics. i'm up next, but now i'm singing the heartburn blues. hold on, prilosec isn't for fast relief. cue up alka-seltzer. it stops h
since it's so well respected. one of the biggest reasons is because of the food. we have michelle weaver, the chef from charleston grill here cook up some -- you got shrimp going and crab cakes. it's also well-known for the history. we have got eric lavender from the parrot and the pirate tours. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> you brought along captain bob. >> he's a blue and gold macaw. >> there is so much history here. the civil war got started here. but blackbeard is really -- he seized the harbor we're in now. >> yes, he did. >> in 1718? >> it was june 1718. they showed up here. he had his flagship. it was a 40 gun sloop he had stolen off of barbados. he had stopped here for a purpose. he and his crew had been to sea for quite a long time and they had gotten rather sick. in fact, they had shall we call it a nasty socially transmitted disease. >> oh, yuck. >> yeah. and they actually came here. they seized five ships and kidnapped all the people and held them hostage until the city coughed up a case of medicine for them. >> wow. and one of the biggest reasons that charleston w
with the first lady's apparent information a note, blame your husband. we still love you, michelle. here's the picture in hulk hogan's file. hillary clinton, ouch. is there an arrogance to these suspects? this is a former hacker who is now with the cyber security firm called beyond trust. >> there is an inherent arrogance to that. you know, we've seen that plenty of time with different hackers. those i worry about more are the folks you don't hear from. >> reporter: he says when some hackers show their cockiness and swagger it can catch up to them. why do they do it? he once hacked government systems and he said most of the time it is just to show they can. >> is there any indication money has been stolen from the celebrities? >> a law enforcement official was not aware of any money being taken but said some of the address information may have been used. in the past hackers and others have done what is called swatting. they find the home addresses of celebrities and they'll make maybe a fake emergency call and send the police to the person's home. that's been done with ashton kucher and
and rudy guiliani, and past winners, michele bachmann. they did not go on to be president, but popular at the gathering. >> tucker: you want to look at the republican debates, look at the cpac lineup, pretty accurate. >> alisyn: and dr. ben carson in the limelight after the national prayer breakfast,' he gave his vision before the president. he was a huge hit and got rousing standing ovation from the podium there and he made a-- possibly a slip or a joke about running for the white house. let's listen to dr. carson. >> it's almost laughable some of the things i hear people say to criticize me, he's a neuro surgeon, he couldn't know anything about economics. it's not brain surgery. i can tell you this much, even as a local brain surgeon, if you have the highest corporate tax rates in the world, then of course corporations are going to have money elsewhere. corporations are not in business to be social welfare organizations. they are there to make money and a wise government knows how to use that to their advantage. >> alisyn: all right. what i was referring to, a little slip was during
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